Validating credit card information before a transaction is submitted can eliminate failed payments. To help merchants ensure card data is accurate before a transaction is processed, PDCflow announces the new Card Verify feature.
Card Verify Benefits
Companies with too many failed credit card payments lose out on revenue and waste staff time contacting customers for alternative card numbers. This is especially true when managing recurring payment schedules in your payment processing software.
When staff or customers type the wrong card number or use an invalid card, you often won’t know until the day the first payment is due.
Using Card Verify technology, companies can now submit card information ahead of a payment to catch incorrect card data at the time of entry. This prevents bad transactions from being processed.
How it Works
Card Verify works by submitting a $0 card transaction before storing card data for future use. This catches easily avoidable errors and offers customers an immediate chance to use an alternate payment method.
Once a card is successfully submitted, the payment workflow will continue. Some of the pieces of information used during verification are:
- Card number
- Card expiration date
- Street address and postal code
- Card security code
To learn more about using Card Verify for your business, contact email@example.com
PDCflow's payment communication software is designed to create faster customer payment cycles. Send your payment portal to customers through the digital communication channels they prefer – email, SMS, and web chat. Bundle contracts or invoices with payment requests into one digital workflow. Customers can review, sign, and complete payments in a couple of clicks.
Flexible and customizable APIs and drop-in components allow for easy integration. Accept payments through multi-channels while keeping internal systems out of PCI scope.
Established in 2003, PDCflow national client base includes debt collection, medical billing, manufacturers, and accounts receivable teams in a variety of industries. Headquartered in Ogden, Utah with a remote team, PDCflow remains committed to keeping development and customer support in-house. Find out more: https://www.pdcflow.com/.